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This is a two-man bivi tent complete with wooden poles, pegs, mullet and large kit bag. The tent has built in mosquito nets on each end.
This is a sealed British army dubbin tin.
This is a bakelite whistle in good working order and would have been carried by officers and NCO's. This example is maker marked "ACME".
A 1943 dated Canadian army water can retaining most of its original finish and stamped with the Canadian war department arrow. The base of the can is stamped with the makers mark G.S.W.
This is a 1943 dated Canadian army water can, retaining most of its original finish. The top of the can is marked with the Canadian war department arrow. The base IS stamped with the makers stamp G.S.W.
A standard MKVI water bottle which comes with a Canadian made skeleton type carrier which is dated 1942, maker marked "Z.L.&T.LTD". It is also stamped with the Canadian war department arrow.
A set of post-war made British army mess tins which are dated 1955. Ideal for living history.
This is a two-piece entrenching tool with a 37 pattern carrier which is maker marked "P.S.S" ( Princess Silk Shade ) and dated 1943. The E-tool is maker marked "Brades" and dated 1944. It is also named to the origial owner "Davidson R.F."
This is a good working example of a British army thermos which is dated 1943 and retains its original cock stopper.
A British army Thermos which is dated 1943 and has traces of the instructions on the body. This example is in good working order and has a replacement cock stopper.
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